August 3, 4, and 5, 2018 in beautiful La Veta, Colorado
Honoring Hispano and Native American Cultures
Come to a land of beauty, legends, Native American and Hispanic heritage in one of the state’s most interesting towns, La Veta Colorado. Taking place under the shade trees of Town Park starting at 5 pm Friday, with food by Musso’s of Pueblos and a free concert continuing through 4 pm, Saturday.
Enjoy exhibitions of music, art, dance, fiber, as well as outstanding entertainment, education, and wonderful food celebrating both the Hispanic and Native American cultural heritage of the valley beneath the Huajatollas, also known as the Spanish Peaks. This year includes a tent that will have well-known speakers all day long addressing issues of importance in better understanding the world we have inherited and the world we are shaping.
Performances and programs by a venue of national, regional, and local presenters will include:
- Tim Nevaquuya, Flutist and visual artist
- Alicia Nevaquuya, Environmental Trial lawyer
- Rose Red Elk, performing as Red Feather Woman
- Celinda Kaelin, author
- Southern Ute Dancers
- Fandango Dancers
- Pueblo Drum group
- Nokusece Jacob Wind, Spiritual Warrior/Peaceful Activist
- Sam Gallegos
- And many more
And it is all free!
Organized by the Huajatolla Heritage Foundation, a grass roots organization of artists, visionaries, educators, and community leaders in La Veta who strive to preserve rich Colorado heritage through exploration and sharing of culture, language, art, and spiritual values.